PRLog - Feb. 23, 2009 - Florida condominiums are usually a vacation home or an investment property for most people. It's not surprising that if an owner has to choose they will usually let their condo go into foreclosure instead of their home. Many successful real estate investors have stated that money is made when you "buy the property ", not, when you sell it. If you're thinking of buying a home or condo in Florida, now might be the time to buy. Seaside homes and other waterfront properties are becoming affordable with foreclosures becoming more common. Your opportunity to buy Florida oceanfront real estate is the best it has been in a long time.
Florida Waterfront Condos
Below is a link to our web site where you can search MLS listings that are currently for sale. Some are in a pre-foreclosure state. Others could be a short sale or a bank owned property. If you are only looking for foreclosure listings and short sales then you will need to contact us. We have compiled our own list of properties that are pre-foreclosure, short sales or bank owned properties.
Since 1985 I have invested in bank owned property and pre foreclosures. Florida foreclosures are at an all time high. I would appreciate the opportunity to work with you.
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My name is Rick Ginn. For three generations, my family has lived and practiced real estate in the St Augustine area. Since 1989, I have specialized in condominiums in St Augustine and Crescent Beach Florida. Visit our web site at:
Call Rick Ginn 800-883-6810 local 904-471-6600